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Old 04-20-2012, 01:44 PM   #1
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Refurbing rechargable battery packs

Has anyone ever taken a dead pack from cordless tools or laptops apart to replace the bad cells? I've heard of it being done, and might give it a try with the old battery to the netbook. Just checking for advice.

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Re: Refurbing rechargable battery packs

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Has anyone ever taken a dead pack from cordless tools or laptops apart to replace the bad cells? I've heard of it being done, and might give it a try with the old battery to the netbook. Just checking for advice.

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I've never done it, but when I worked construction we would send rechargable battery packs for lazer levels and EDM theodolites out to have the battery packs rebuilt rather than buying new ones.
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